Famous for such films as Red White & Blue and The Living and the Dead as well as P Is for Pressure one of the most upsetting segments of The ABCs of Death, Simon Rumley is a man who has always avoided the mainstream, until now that is.
Controversy abounds as the BBFC decide to ban Trinity X’s upcoming release THE BUNNY GAME. The recently formed DVD genre distribution arm of UK-based film distributor Trinity, today described the BBFC’s decision to ban THE BUNNY GAME as “disappointing, worrying and sad”.
Red-hot Brit indie filmmaker Simon Rumley is set to helm Stranger, a thriller chase movie located in the heart of rural China.
Simon Rumley’s red-hot, hard-edged psycho-sexual thriller RED WHITE & BLUE, starring a deeply disturbed Noah Taylor (that’s him on the poster), is set to open in UK cinemas from Sept 30, 2012 and on DVD & Blu-Ray from October 10.
Trinity announced today that they have acquired UK rights from sales agency Jinga Films to Adam Rehmeier’s controversial film THE BUNNY GAME and will be releasing it through their new home entertainment label Trinity X in early 2012.
Trinity X launches with Simon Rumley’s controversial art house horror title RED WHITE & BLUE Trinity Films announced today the creation of their new label Trinity X, which launches with the UK release of Simon Rumley’s acclaimed psycho-sexual chiller RED WHITE & BLUE, starring Noah Taylor (pictured), Amanda Fuller and Marc Senter.